We aim to provide a Curriculum which is both engaging and inspiring for all children at Brambles and Goldsmith. We use a combination of the children’s own interests, local, national and international events as well as traditional themes such as ‘Space’, ‘Colour’, ‘The Great Fire of London, as a stimulus for the development of key skills, role play, investigation and discovery.
There are many aspects of the curriculum which support the children's understanding of and engagement with the Core Values in British Society
In The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) the curriculum is guided by our School Aims and Learning Values as well as the EYFS Curriculum. For more detailed information about Reading in Year R, Phonics in Year R, Mathematics, in Year R, and Writing in Year R click on the links for more detailed information about this curriculum please see the School Handbook.
In Key Stage One the curriculum is guided by our School Aims and Learning Values, The National Curriculum and Hampshire’s Living Difference curriculum for Religious Education. Click for more detailed information about the expectations in Reading, Writing and Mathematics. We also encourage families to support their children in learning Key Instant Recall Facts in mathematics.
Our Topic Letters to parents provide up to date information about learning in each year group
For more detailed information about other subjects please see the School Handbook.